iTeach Year 9 French MEL 1

24 11 2010

Leave a comment which mentions:

  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepared
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




iTeach Year 9 French MEL 2

24 11 2010

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  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepared
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




iTeach Year 9 French MEL 3

24 11 2010

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  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepared
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




iTeach Year 9 French CAR 1

24 11 2010

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  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepared
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




iTeach Year 9 French CAR 2

24 11 2010

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  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepare
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




iTeach Year 9 French CAR Set 3

24 11 2010

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  • Your feelings about the lesson you and your group prepared
  • Your feelings about a mini lesson prepared by another group




Year 9 french: Recipe book of verb tenses

22 11 2010

Recipe book tenses





Year 10 French homework Miss O’Brien

19 11 2010

Due Wednesday 25th November

Write 10 sentences which use the future tense: be as creative as possible with them (comedy value?). Points awarded for originality!





Mission Song Lyrics

19 11 2010

Volamos alto.

No hay estrella que nos eludirá.

Y logramos

Liberarnos ya.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDdlfECczz4

(Start video at 0:55 for chorus)





Year 10 French Miss O’Brien: Homework Due Wednesday 17th November 2010

12 11 2010
  1. Read the text on page 34 again to refresh your memory, also note down the meaning of any unfamiliar vocabulary.
  2. Complete ex. 1 page 34 by matching the images to the feelings.
  3. Complete ex. 2 page 34 by matching the ends of the sentences (a-j) to the beginnings of the sentences (1-8).  Write the sentences out in full in your exercise book.

On Wednesday I will be writing down a random vocab test from words/ structures from the article on page 34, so you must also spend time making sure that you are aware of the meanings of as many of the words used as is possible (e.g. I may ask you “What does ‘confier’ mean?”

Bonne chance!